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Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by BIKE-R, Oct 1, 2010.
Very short off-road video
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Sorry I couldn't get all four pictures posted in the same reply...
Is that the first time the Big Girl has had a lie down? How hard was she to pick up? And did you get any stone damage to anything with the front guard off?
no it has had a couple of lie downs it is pretty easy with the panniers i just stood on the rear tyre to get it back up to that point then just put my bum to the seat and lift with my legs
and no i didnt get any damage to the bike from stones getting thrown up but i did buckle the front rim in 3 spots from holes and rocks but they should knock out
Those alloy rims are a bit soft for a heavy bike like ours. I really want to do a spoked wheel conversion; I know is HAS been done, but there doesn't seem to be an easy way to go about it
When mine falls over, I'll try the bum:seat lift, and if that doesn't work then the handlebar-end-lift, and when that fails then I'll just wait for someone to come along to help
i always find that the best option
Sorry to hijack this thread but I was wondering if anyone has managed to fit spoked wheels to a Varadero and if they have any pics?
Me too - much too difficult to do it solo......
some new from mine....enjoy...!!!
Wow, cool pics, but actually that round repeated one has made me feel quick sick
yes....you have right....!!!i make a litlle around until you get sick....!!
2010-11-21 - OFF-ROAD "MOVIE"
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That must easily be over 400kg of bike right there :eek1
Does look the business though
hergott - have you a ride report for that trip on the vara?
who made the red guard for the front of the bike?
Hey David, actually yes, but not in english :) Take a look at:
We also have a book and DVD, but again, all in slovak language. If you are interested, you can pick it up at VIM13 in Slovakia :) Or at least we can discuss about it in english :)